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|The last known price of #PAT is $0.00308 USD.|
Please note that the price of #PAT was last updated over 230 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #PAT statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.
The lowest PAT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00308, and the exact last price of PAT was $0.00308245.
The all-time high PAT coin price was $0.16.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of PAT with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Patron crypto currency is #PAT. |
Patron is 4.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Patron is not available at this time.|
Patron is ranking downwards to #9595 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown today for #PAT.|
|The circulating supply of PAT is 393,528,674 coins, which is 98% of the maximum coin supply.|
|PAT has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on probably at least one crypto exchanges but we don't have this data.|
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More Patron (#PAT) News
|Gate Io Joins Global Digital Finance Membership and Patron Board
[PRESS RELEASE - Majuro, Marshall Islands, 24th March 2022]
Gate.io, one of the earliest and largest cryptocurrency exchanges, has joined the Global Digital Finance (GDF) Patron Board. As an established exchange with cutting-edge technology, Gate.io is committed to working with GDF, global regulators, and policymakers to advocate for and accelerate the adoption of best practices for digital assets.
GDF, the leading industry body championing the adoption of best practices for digital finance, welcomes Gate.io’s input as the community comes together to promote standards for the digital assets sector, cross-industry collaboration, as well as vital engagement with global agencies, particularly as statements and regulatory frameworks, continue to be released at pace.
Dr. Lin Han, founder of Gate.io, said: “Over the years, Gate.io has been committed to ensuring regulatory compliance and user protection to meet high industry standards. We are very excited to join the GDF Patron Board and look forward to contributing our industry expertise, global compliance experiences, and in-depth knowledge of digital assets to global regulators and community members.
We will work with GDF to drive the adoption of standards and best practices, as well as share our experiences and promote the development and mass adoption of this industry.”
Lawrence Wintermeyer, Co-Chair of Global Digital Finance, commented: “The global crypto and digital assets sector continues to mature ra...
|What's Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger Saying While Promoting The Bitcoin ...
What is Intel ’s Pat Gelsinger doing? Who is he talking to while promoting Intel’s new bitcoin mining chips? In a recent Bloomberg interview, Gelsinger uses every ESG buzzword in the book to promote their “energy-efficient ASIC chip.” Is this the right strategy? Who will be Intel’s clients? And why is this man lying about bitcoin’s energy consumption when the real numbers would do just fine?
The host, Emily Chang, starts by asking him about 2019, when the Intel CEO said that Bitcoin was badly designed, “extreme, and climate intolerant.” Does Gelsinger still hold that opinion? Of course, he does. And that’s just the beginning.
Intel CEO regurgitates ESG FUD talking points while shilling for his new #Bitcoin mining chip. Feb 14 2022 pic.twitter.com/x7r31FCwp9
— BITC0IN (@BITCOINALLCAPS) February 17, 2022
The Intel CEO Is Here To Fix Bitcoin
Gelsinger starts by saying that when he misdiagnosed bitcoin that one time, “most of the uses where illicit.” In 2019? Nothing could be further from the truth, Sir. Bitcoin’s first use case, the unbanked, were discovering the solution to their problem little by little. And the seeds for everything that has happened in the last few years were already planted.
Was bitcoin also used for illicit purposes? Of course. Bitcoin is money for your enemies. Everyone can use it.
Another thing the Intel CEO believed about bitcoin is that “it couldn’t b...